The latest from the Coen Brothers nails the Sixties folk-music scene, and delivers another of their memorably flawed heroes.
It's all about the hair, the performances, and the grift and graft in this unpredictable new offering from David O. Russell.
Ron Burgundy is back – and the legend continues, at least in his own mind.
Keanu Reeves is a samurai warrior fighting supernatural forces. (Opens 12/25)
This boxing riff stars Stallone and De Niro, but it's hardly the stuff of Rocky vs. the Raging Bull. (Opens 12/25)
Idris Elba is spellbinding in this biopic that reveres the man but slights the movement. (Opens 12/25)
Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson star in this story about how Walt Disney convinced the prickly author of Mary Poppins to sell her creation to Hollywood.
This story of a milquetoast with a wild imagination stars Ben Stiller and is as pretty as it is busy. Opens 12/25.
This visually ambitious animated film looks promising until its corny plot gets going.
Mrtin Scorsese's latest take on the American hoodlum is a relentlessly wild ride. Opens 12/25.
Love Actually maestro wants to make you cry with this romantic dramedy.
Paul Patton stars in this rom-com about a desperate-to-wed flight attendant that never achieves liftoff.
Fourteen years after the first film, this sequel finds our likable characters experiencing the pitfalls and promise of middle age.
This print bestseller about a girl's coming of age amid the horrors of Nazi Germany is swaddled in maudlin melodrama in this film adaptation.
Tom Hanks is at his best in this multidimensional thriller that grabs real life by the throat.
It's comestibles gone wild in this animated follow-up.
Matthew McConaughey gives a searing performance in this true-life story set in the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
Gru exchanges supervillainy for domesticity in this sequel, although the Minions are still the animated film's best selling point.
Orson Scott Card's supposedly unfilmable militaristic sci-fi novel makes the leap to screen.
Stallone and Schwarzenegger team up for double the fun.
This animated film mines Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales for material, discards the most brutish bits, and applies a heavy Disney top gloss.
Sandra Bullock is lost in space – alone with the beauty, terror, and the laws of gravity.
Superior in nearly all ways to its predecessor, this second film in the prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a welcome surprise.
This Jason Statham actioner is mostly predictable, but throws a few curveballs and ends up being surprisingly entertaining.
Second verse, much the same as the first: The Games may have changed but Katniss Everdeen is still our favorite pawn.
Johnny Knoxville unleashes jackassery on unsuspecting bystanders while dressed as 86-year-old Irving Zisman and accompanied by his equally brazen 8-year-old grandson.
Did the Social Security set finally get their The Hangover?
Woody is a man of few words who might not be all there, but Bruce Dern is all there and that's more than good enough for us.
Spike Lee maintains the shuddery, visceral punch of the South Korean original, but something gets lost in translation.
The writer/director of Crazy Heart returns with an all-star cast for his sophomore effort, which takes place amid the rusted-out lives of America's steel belt.
Poseiden's son and his pals reunite to retrieve the Golden Fleece, but only the film's special effects grabbed our attention.
Judi Dench and Steve Coogan star in this drama about the search for a woman's son who was taken from her when he was a toddler.
Jake Gyllenhaal is a detective working a troubling case, and Hugh Jackman's wound-up father of the victim is just one of his problems.
The Marvel cinematic universe opens its gates once again, and The Dark World does not disappoint.
A snail wants to race in the Indy 500 in this new animated comedy. Opens Wednesday.
Brutal yet elegant, Steve McQueen's latest is a beautifully rendered punch to the gut about the most shameful chapter in American history.
The auteur from Atlanta dons his Madea drag once more to spread holiday cheer.